Core Training

Core Is the central of something or the most important part of something.

In the human body, the Core muscles are The muscles that support and protect the spine. The core also connects the upper and lower body.

A strong core is essential for a healthy body. Back pain in particular can be brought under control with core training.

Core training is a form of exercise that focuses on strengthening and stabilizing the muscles of the trunk, including the abdominals, back, hips, and pelvis. These muscles are essential for maintaining good posture, balance, and movement quality, as well as preventing injuries and pain.

Core training is for everyone. Strengthening the body’s own stabilizing muscles not only improves an athlete’s performance but also helps in your day to day performance. Bending, grasping, and turning are movements that we perform on a daily basis.

Core can theoretically be trained every day. However it is depend on the level of training.

There are some low key core exercises that can be performed every day; like the plank or the classic bridge. There are more advanced core exercises that can be done just couple of times a week if you are trained by a professional and don’t have any back or abdomen injuries.